An unusual cause of Steven-Johnson Syndrome

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Claudia De Guido
Adriana Calderaro
Maria Beatrice Ruozi
Valentina Maffini
Margherita Varini
Irene Lapetina
Monica Rubini
Sara Montecchini
Carlo Caffarelli
Icilio Dodi


Steven-Johnson Syndrome, allergy, enterovirus, corticosteroids, cyslosporine A


SJS is a rare mucocutaneous syndrome characterized by skin and mucous detachment. The main etiological factors are drugs and infections; sometimes the cause remains unknown. In the prodromal phase we observed non-specific symptoms, followed by mucocutaneous manifestation. Due to risk of complications and mortality a multidisciplinary approach is needed.  We present a case of a girl with an atypical presentation of SJS related to Enterovirus.



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